Aidan Hutchinson is proving to be a serious problem for Washington's offense
Michigan has looked good in Saturday’s primetime showdown with Washington, and a lot of that has been due to Michigan’s defensive effort.
At the break, the Wolverines are up 10-0 as both offenses have struggled at times to get going. Michigan’s lead is thanks to a huge touchdown by Blake Corum and a defense that is stifling Washington’s attack.
In particular, Aidan Hutchinson has been a monster against the Huskies. He beat his offensive tackle in a one-on-one situation with a blend of speed and power to get through for an early sack.
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 12, 2021
As the game heads to halftime, Hutchinson already has 1.5 sacks and 1.5 TFL against the Huskies:
Our guy @aidanhutch97 is having himself a day so far.
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) September 12, 2021
As a team, Hutchinson and the Wolverines held Washington to 15 rushing yards and just 111 yards through the air. Michigan will look to keep that intensity up as Jim Harbaugh and company try to get to 2-0.